OOPS! — WHAT NOT TO DO

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— Wait, that don’t look right

— In case you didn’t know, the earth’s natural terrain is not always smooth and flat. It can have steep hills, deep ruts, big rocks and things to make a perfectly stable UTV tip over. Perhaps even flip upside down if you hit a jump wrong. This is why we strap in tightly and wear helmets when we ride. Here are some photos to illustrate that fact:

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Fred was use to leaning his dirt bike into turns, but that doesn’t work for UTVs.

You’re not allowed to laugh until you check first to see they’re okay.

Trying to ride up a steep dirt cliff can turn your UTV seats into recliners.

Trying to go around a mud hole doesn’t always work out well.

“Hey buddy, you’re going the wrong way.”

Using a tree to do wheelies is cheating.

Just remember, tipping over in rocks is more expensive than doing that in sand.

Just because some people make it to the top, doesn’t mean everyone will.

This is known as the turtle position. Yep, you have to crawl out to flip it back over.

Don’t release your seatbelt until the guy on bottom crawls out first.

HOW TO BE A BETTER UTV DRIVER (tips below)

https://utvactionmag.com/how-to-get-it-done-in-the-mud/

https://utvactionmag.com/pro-utv-driving-tips-ride-along-with-csts-beau-baron/

https://utvactionmag.com/how-to-utv-duning-tips/

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